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tools to transfer playlists from one music service to another

6 tools to transfer playlists from one music service to another

Here is a list of 6 best tools to transfer your favorite music playlist from one music service provider to another, you can use them, and you do not have to compile the music library again.

1. Soundiiz

The easiest way to transfer the music playlist is to use Soundiiz . It supports many music services such as Google Play Music, Apple Music, YouTube,, Spotify and Deezer. There are also some additional on the list of compatible streaming services: Telmore Musik, JOOX, Anghami, and KKBox.

How to use Soundiiz?

Connect your streaming services to Soundiiz, then select the desired playlist with the right mouse button and click Convert to ... If necessary, the program can remove duplicate tracks from the list. And you just have to assign where to transfer the playlist.

You can import through Soundiiz and local collections of musical compositions in the format of M3U, CSV, XSPF, etc. To do this, click the Import Playlist button in the upper right. The service also accepts lists of favorite songs in simple TXT text files, provided that the tracks there are recorded in the form “Song Name - Artist Name”, one per line.

Soundiiz has the ability to sync collections from different music platforms. For example, you can add a song to your Deezer playlist, and it appears in Spotify. But this feature is only available with a Premium Subscription for $ 4.5 per month.

In addition, the free Soundiiz plan has a limitation: you can transfer no more than 200 songs to a playlist. You can get around it by scattering your tracks on several lists. In addition, copying compositions in batches is more reliable, since you can more accurately track which songs were not in the library of the new service. Here is soundiiz.

2. Tune My Music

A similar service as like Soundiiz, however, supporting less streaming. Open Tune My Music and choose which platform you want to transfer playlists. It supports Google Play Music, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer,, Spotify , Soundcloud, Tidal, iTunes, as well as text files and collections created in local music players.

Then specify which collections and tracks to transfer, and select the streaming service where they should be sent.

The service will display which songs were copied successfully, and which songs were not found in the database of the target music platform. The list of such tracks can be saved and then try to add them manually or listen on another platform.

Tune My Music is slower than Soundiiz, but has a simpler interface. In addition, it has a free sync option for up to 10 playlists. There are no premium features purchased separately. Here is Tune My Music

3. Soundsgood

Soundsgood is primarily designed to create playlists and then share them with the world. The service also helps to search for new tracks by viewing the lists of songs of various genres compiled by users.

But Soundsgood can also be used to transfer playlists from one music platform to another. The service works with Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Napster, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Qobuz. Here is Soundgood.

How to use Soundgood?

Sign up with Soundsgood, and then open your streaming service and select the playlist you want to transfer. You need to make it public by clicking on the "Share" button and copy the link. Then in Soundsgood, click Import and paste the link.

The service imports your songs. You can clean the playlist by removing the extra from there, or add some more songs. Then click “Next” and indicate which music platform to transfer. 

There is a premium subscription, but only DJs or owners of small record labels need it because it allows you to use the service for commercial purposes. For a simple transfer of playlists, a free version will be enough.

4. Mooval

A simple and absolutely free service that supports only three platforms: Deezer, Spotify, and Napster. You select where to transfer playlists from, and click the Connect button.

You will be prompted to enter credentials for both music platforms (sending and receiving), and Mooval will display all your playlists, tracks, and likes. Uncheck the songs, artists, and albums that you don’t need to transfer, and click Move. Here is the Mooval.

5. MusConv

MusConv is not a web service, but a desktop application available on Windows and macOS. It supports about 30 music platforms, including Google Play Music, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer, , Spotify, Soundcloud, Tidal, Napster, and more.

Install the application and connect it to the service from where you want to pick up playlists. Then select the desired tracklists, press Transfer and specify where to transfer them. MusConv will do the rest for you.

Unfortunately, you have to pay for the application to work, you will need to subscribe, which costs $ 6.99 per month. However, this is not so much expansive. Here is MusConv

6. Stamp

Another application is available on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. Supports Spotify, Google Play Music, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Pandora, Deezer, and YouTube.

In addition, Stamp can import your songs with lists in CSV format. So, you can create a playlist in your favorite desktop player and send it to the streaming service - those songs that are in the platform’s library will be recognized and added to the playlist.

But Stamp asks for money for his work - no more than 10 songs can be converted for free. A single payment of $ 12.99 will remove all restrictions. Here is Stamp site. 

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